Additionally, socially people would not have been accepting of such an idea back then.
The advent of smart phones with GPS and a few other underlying technological developments and social trends in the past 18 months finally made my dream a possibility and now, a reality.” Now that technology has caught up with his idea, Sarlak said he believed the time was now for a service like Cupid Radar.
After that, I moved to San Diego for a work assignment and finally settled in Los Angeles in 2003.
You could say I grew up all over,” Sarlak told the “I had the honor of being accepted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA, just across the river from Boston. I graduated with a bachelor of science in Mechanical Engineering, or as we call it there, Course 2,” the Iranian-born CEO said.
And this device could have a button that you push to instantly see who’s near you right now that is single and interested in you,” he explained to the “While I came up with the idea at that moment, the state of the art in technology at that time wasn’t sufficiently developed to bring the idea to fruition practically,” he said.